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J&J Lawyers’ Questionable Ethics in High Stakes Litigation

From Huffington Post Mesh Medical Device News Desk, November 20, 2017 ~ Johnson & Johnson is involved in three high stakes health product mass tort cases and plaintiffs' lawyers allege the company is using questionable tactics.  Lawyers representing plaintiffs in three separate health products cases against defendant Johnson Read more

By | 2017-11-23T10:52:08+00:00 November 20th, 2017|News|11 Comments

Women in Solidarity Over Mesh Injuries Listen to Court Proceedings

Anti Mesh rally in WV federal court. By Tuesday afternoon, women who gathered for a status hearing on their pelvic mesh cases began filtering into Judge Joseph Goodwin's Charleston, WV courtroom. Judge Goodwin is overseeing more than 76,000 product liability cases in the U.S. District Court of the Read more

By | 2015-06-02T17:32:15+00:00 June 2nd, 2015|News|114 Comments

Breaking News! AMS Alleges "Scheme" to Profit from Transvaginal Mesh Injuries

dollar sign, WikiCommons A Mesh News Desk Exclusive, October 10, 2013 ~ A hearing in federal court in West Virginia, Thursday, will determine whether American Medical Systems (AMS) can pursue allegations of what it calls a “scheme” to create fraudulent transvaginal mesh removal records for profit and to Read more

By | 2016-11-28T11:16:53+00:00 October 10th, 2013|Legal News|34 Comments

Possible Expansion of Vaginal Mesh Litigation to Include Coloplast

Judge Joseph R. Goodwin July 26, 2012 ~ A panel of federal judges will meet on Thursday, July 26, to decide whether or not to expand vaginal mesh litigation to include a sixth multidistrict litigation. Currently there are four MDLs consolidated in Charleston, West Virginia before the Honorable Read more

By | 2017-09-16T17:02:04+00:00 July 26th, 2012|Legal News|1 Comment

Latest Legal News – A Surge in Avaulta Claims May Consolidate

U.S. District Court, Charleston, West Virginia OCTOBER 13, 2011 – Hundreds of lawsuits against medical device maker, C.R. Bard, have been filed and the latest motion attempts to bring them into one mass case. Read more

By | 2011-10-13T18:35:25+00:00 October 13th, 2011|Legal News|0 Comments